The Testament Dative and Inventory of William Stewart in Dalginross, 1755

William Stewart The Testament Dative and Inventory of the debts and sums of money which was resting to umquhile (deceased) William Stewart in Dalginross in Glentilt (at) the time of his decease which was in the month of (blank) 17(blank) years, truely made and given up by Patrick Stewart in Glasscorry, only child of the said defunct and executor dative qua nearest of kin, decerned to him by the Commissarry of Dunkeld upon the day and date of these presents as the decreet dative following on an edict duly executed and endorsed, in itself more fully bears:

Imprimis (Firstly), there is given up, resting to the said defunct (at) the time of his decease, the sum of five hundred merks Scots money of principal, with fifty pounds, money foresaid, of liquidate anally contained in a bond granted by the deceased Alexander Robertson of Faskally to the said defunct, who was lawful son of the deceased Alexander Stewart, sometime in Drunnaclach (Drumnanagnach?), dated the 18th November 1712 years.

Item, the annual rents thereof resting since Martinmass 1753 years.

Summa Inventory

This testament was confirmed at Dunkeld, the twenty-third day of January 1755 years by James Bisset, Commissary of Dunkeld, and James Stewart, vintner in Crieff became cautioner for the executor.


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